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Are you Application vAvailable?

Jerry Melnick's Virtualization Session at the Virtualization Conference and Expo, June 23-24, in New York City

At Marathon Technologies, we service a range of industries that must have their applications up and running at all times, or as we call it: vAvailable.

vAvailable is the integration of virtualization and high availability technologies to create a cost-effective solution that ensures applications won’t go down. With virtualization technologies, high availability has now launched well between today’s alternative solutions such as clustering.

This session will define vAvailable and this is a huge step between today’s alternatives. Mr. Melnick will discuss a new standard for application availability using virtualization technology that embraces Windows and business process applications.

Speaker Bio: Jerry has held positions at PPGx, Inc., Belmont Research and Digital Equipment Corporation, where he led a variety of system and product development efforts in areas of OS, network communication and database systems. He holds a BS in chemistry from Beloit College and graduate work at Boston University.

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